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Old 11-25-2012, 07:53 PM
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I did a google search of the 2010 SRT I ran the carfax on and this site came up. Not sure if any others are on there but I thought I would pass this along.

https://erepairables.com/salvage-auc...lenger-2511412
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that was mine and definitely a sandy flooded car declared a bio-hazard due to its exposure to contaminants...

I wanted to buy it back to make it race car but getting sick from bio contaminants no thank you

So if you come across say hi for me, I miss "her" dearly but that's it
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I guess I always knew you would be replacing all the wiring and computers/modules throughout the car but I never thought about all the contaminants that would be floating around in the water....
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Good post; may save somebody alot of heartache on down the line.
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I used to live in Long Beach - Kerrigan and Pine St in the canal section. How's it looking over there?
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No sane reason to buy ANY flood damaged car. Potential for major engine/tranny issues, and the interior is a total biohazard.

IMO, not many parts are salvageable for "good" use other than some sheet metal. Most of the car is just trashed.
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I wouldn't want any car that sat in saltwater and sewage.
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Good doner car to build a race car from if you can get it cheep enough. Rebuild or replace the stuff you need. Trash the stuff you dont need

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I used to live in Long Beach - Kerrigan and Pine St in the canal section. How's it looking over there?

whole town isn't looking that good

many of us had to toss our whole basements, me too

had to cut out bottoms of walls, toss the doors, ripped out the floors, etc

didn't mind the sea water

did mind the sewage
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